Thursday, May 27, 2010
Loneliness is more prevalent among the young than those past retirement age
This is an article from the BBC that talks about a study conducted on lonliness. But while many more of us may be living alone in cities, with some thought loneliness can be averted, the report suggested. "For example, Manhattan in New York has 50% lone households, more than anywhere else in the United States, yet its 'urban village' model sustains social networks because people habitually use alternative meeting places, including cafes and public spaces," the authors wrote. http://bit.ly/alQMcA
at May 27, 2010
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